If you follow golf at all you might recognize the name; British pro Tommy Fleetwood is now ranked 11th in the world and is a trendy pick for this weekend's PGA Championship at Bellerive in St. Louis.
Imagine checking your bank account and seeing an extra thousand dollars or so mysteriously deposited overnight.
The mix-up was revealed by the American Fleetwood's friend Greg Thorner, a teaching pro from Tampa, who said: 'I was with him when he looked at his statement and shouted: 'Holy smoke, I've just had $154,000 paid into my account'.
Fleetwood returned the money and it went to the British Open finisher.
Instead of paying the world's No 11-ranked golfer for his 12th-equal finish at Carnoustie, US$154,480 (NZ$230,000) was direct-credited to American club pro Tommy Fleetwood, a past player on the European Tour, the Telegraph reported.
This being said, he might want to give the relevant PGA offices a ring to check if they've got his proper bank details ahead of the next tournament!
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"It looks pretty genuine and they (the European Tour) are looking into it and I'm sure they'll feel pretty bad about it".
United Kingdom golfer Fleetwood has won a cool $9 million in prize money in the past two years - meaning he may have been forgiven for not noticing the oversight immediately. That's when I realised it must be the other Tommy Fleetwood.
It may have been easy to miss for the more accomplished Fleetwood, whose career earnings are listed at $20.32 million on the European Tour's website.
'I wouldn't even know if I'd been paid or not because I don't really look.
"I tried to get on their senior tour, so they have my (bank) information", he said.
It took me about an hour to get that sorted out, and I have plenty more stories like that.